Report: Vendor Requests Price Increase Of More Than $600K From Baltimore Due To COVID-19 Despite Contract; City Denies RequestA vendor doing business with the Baltimore City Health Department requested a four percent increase in payment from the city despite the terms of the company's contract, citing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, a report from the city's inspector general's office found.
Food Truck Owners Sue City Over Rule About Operating Within 300 Feet Of RestaurantsA football field is 300 feet long, and under Baltimore law, that's the exact distance food trucks must stay away from brick and mortar restaurants, if both serve the same kind of food.
Del. Jon Cardin Pushing For $1,000 Vendor Fine For Each Inaccurate Speeding TicketA state lawmaker proposes punishing speed camera companies for the giving out of bogus tickets after reports of camera glitches at a handful of Baltimore City cameras. One of the questionable cameras is along Cold Spring Lane.
Baltimore County Speed Cameras Stopped From Going OnlineBaltimore County’s plan to activate four new speed cameras on Thursday hit a speed bump.
Audit Finds MHIP Did Not Review Claims ManagementAn audit of Maryland's state-sponsored health insurance program shows its officials failed to obtain an independent review of the program's automated claims management system and made payments to a vendor without a written contract.
Vendor Of Diseased Trout Had Proper DocumentationA Maryland fisheries official says a vendor who supplied trout infected with whirling disease had filed the proper paperwork.